1853 July Letter to "Bros. Killian and D--"

Title

1853 July Letter to "Bros. Killian and D--"

Description

Concerns the building of a mill, yokes, construction materials and repairing a wagon.

Type

Correspondence
Governor/Territorial Legislature

Sender

Daniel H. Wells

Recipient

'Brother' Killian
'Brother' D[?]

Date

1853/07

Location

Great Salt Lake City

Subject

Building and Construction

extracted text

G. S. L. City July

Bros. Killian and D

1 Chain and Two Poles [Yokes] for you
Logs to Prest Youngs Mill There are one or Two logs left there last fall by the go out and get, and you can have them
I am exceedingly be brought to the Mill, small and good pine is altogether
Please to inform me as soon whether the wagons will do.
I am not disposed to to carry on the business efficiently and cerned. If you cannot reach or so with good Poles.
I want you to Keep the employed, it is probably that one and perhaps both yokes will have to <be> shod, if so send them in with and I will get it done, as also repairs of wagons &c
Jog along and improving , get out the timber, the Logs and Poles.
Yours as Ever
D. H. Wells

Item sets

G. S. L. City  July

Bros. Killian and D[?]

1 Chain and Two Poles [Yokes] for you
Logs to Prest Youngs Mill                

There are one or Two logs  [illegible]
left there last fall by the  [illegible]
go out and get, and you can have them

I am exceedingly [illegible] be brought to the Mill, small [illegible]
and good pine is altogether

Please do inform me as soon                
whether the wagons will do.
I am not disposed to                
to carry on the business efficiently and                
[illegible]cerned.  If you cannot reach                    
or so with good Poles.

I want you to Keep the [illegible] [loss] employed,
it is probably that one and perhaps both yokes  will have to <be>
shod, if so send them in with [illegible] and I will  get it 
done, as also repairs of wagons  &c

Jog along and [illegible] improving [illegible], get out the timber, the Logs and Poles.

Yours as Ever

D. H. Wells